Woman, artist,muse, mother

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Project to work with Secondary School students about a sculpture in the city from the didactic areas of Arts and History and Geography.

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Woman, artist,muse, mother

  1. 1. WOMANARTISTMUSEMOTHERProject “Mentoring asculpture” based in thesculpture: “MediterraneanMotherhood” by VicentePallardó Latorre, in Torrent,Valencia.Coordinated by:Carmen María BelmonteRosa Ortega Donat
  2. 2. Esculptor: Vicente Pallardó LatorrePlace: Auditorium TorrentMediterraneanMotherhooh
  3. 3. WomanVicente Pallardó Latorre
  4. 4. WomanVicentePallardóLatorre
  5. 5. Woman The “reclining figure” in sculptureGreek terracotta Tanagras. Fourthcentury B.C. Sarcophagus of the spouses of Villa Julia. Etruscan Art. Sixth century B.C.
  6. 6. WomanRoman sculpture of the second century AD (a copy of the second century BCGreek)
  7. 7. WomanPaulina Bonaparte ,sculptor Antonio Cánova
  8. 8. WomanAristide Maillol The "reclining figure" in the work of Aristide Maillol and Fernando Botero
  9. 9. WomanThe "reclining figure" in the work of Henry Moore
  10. 10. WomanThe "reclining figure" in the work of Henry Moore
  11. 11. WomanPrehistoric Venus Prehistoric women
  12. 12. WomanSculptures of the Cyclades islands in III millennium. C
  13. 13. WomanThe Mirror of Venus, by Velazquez Olimpia, by Edouard Manet The "reclining figure" in paintingThe great Odalisque, by Ingres
  14. 14. WomanVenus, by Tiziano Reclining woman , by Henry Moore The "reclining figure" in painting The bathers, by Renoir
  15. 15. ArtistSofonisba Anguissola Sofonisba Anguissola, “Self-portrait”Portrait of Felipe II,
  16. 16. Artist Artemisia Gentileschi “Self-portrait”“Susanna and the old”
  17. 17. ArtistElisabeth Vigée-Lebrun Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, “self-portrait” María Antonieta and her children
  18. 18. ArtistMary CassatThe toilette Mary Cassatt, “Self-portrait”
  19. 19. Artist & museSuzanne Valladon Renoir“Blanket striped naked” 
  20. 20. ArtistTamara de Lempicka Tamara de Lempicka “Self Portrait in Green Bugatti”
  21. 21. ArtistFridha Kahlo“Self-portrait” Fridha Kahlo
  22. 22. Artist & museCamille Claudel Auguste Rodin“Sakountala” 
  23. 23. Artist & museBerthe Morisot Edouard Manet“In the dance” 
  24. 24. Artist & muse Françoise Gilot Engraving by Picasso“Self-portrait”
  25. 25. Artist & museGeorgia O’keeffe Alfred Stieglitz“Two creeks in pink ” 
  26. 26. MuseLise TréhotWomen in the work of Renoir
  27. 27. MuseDora Maar Olga Koklova  Marie-Thérèse WalterWomen in the work of Picasso
  28. 28. MuseFrançoise Gilot Fernande Olivier  Jacqueline Rocque Women in the work of Picasso
  29. 29. MuseKiki de Montparnasse in the work of:Pablo Gargallo Kees van Dongen Man Ray Maurice Mendjisky
  30. 30. Mother  Mother Earth: 8,000 years old. Catal  Goddess of Plocnik (Serbia.)Hüyük, Turkey 7,500 years.
  31. 31. MotherBerthe Morisot  Berthe Morisot 
  32. 32. MotherMary Cassatt  Pablo Picasso 
  33. 33. MotherMaternity (mural painting from the Santa María de Tahullcatacombs of Priscilla (Rome). (Romanesque)
  34. 34. MotherVirgen Blanca. Gothic sculpture Pieta. Renaissance sculpture
  35. 35. MotherVelázquez Goya
  36. 36. Mother & museDurero Rembrandt
  37. 37. Mother & museVan Gogh Whistler
  38. 38. Mother & museDavid Hockney Lucian Freud
  39. 39. Esculptor: Vicente Pallardó LatorrePlace: Auditorium TorrentMediterraneanMotherhooh
  40. 40. THE MEDITERRANEAN:MOTHER OF CIVILIZATIONS
  41. 41. THE MEDITERRANEAN BASINIs the whole land of Europe, Asia and Africa surrounding theMediterranean Sea (sea between lands). It covers an approximate area of ​2,500,000 km2. It is the cradle of many civilizations of the ancient West.
  42. 42. THE MEDITERRANEANThe Mediterranean Sea has been the scene ofseveral geographical villages.The sea is the unifying element between them.
  43. 43. THE EXPANSION OF NEOLITHIC FOR THE MEDITERRANEANAgriculture is originated in the FertileCrescent, but was not an easy activity,which caused the movement ofhuman groups in search of new landsand the expansion of this activity. 8.000 a.C.
  44. 44. THE METAL AGEThe Mediterranean was used as a means of transport andtrade of metals especially copper, tin.Through trade originated a number of sources whichgenerate cultural exchanges across the Mediterranean.It should be noted:Egypt, Crete and Mycenae.
  45. 45. EGYPT, CRETE AND MYCENAE.
  46. 46. PHOENICIANS AND GREEKS
  47. 47. CARTHAGINIAN ANDETRUSCAN
  48. 48. MARE NOSTRUMELS ROMANS VAN ANOMENAR A LAMEDITERRÀNIA MARE NOSTRUM
  49. 49. MARE NOSTRUM

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